Haworth could feature in an exhibition to mark St George’s Day after being shortlisted in a national tourism campaign.

The search to establish England’s Hall of Fame began in February when VisitEngland asked the public to submit suggestions on what England has brought to the world and what makes the country such a fascinating place to explore.

The village was shortlisted for the dramatic landscape that inspired Emily Bronte to write Wuthering Heights.

The top 60 can be viewed at www.englandshallsoffame.

com and the public have until April 13 to vote for their favourite.

Coun Susan Hinchcliffe, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Employment, Skills and Culture, said: “Haworth is a great tourist destination.

“I would encourage everybody who values Haworth to go on to the site and vote.”